Gold Is Almost Ready To Make the $1400 Breakout!

I recently went to the Money Show conference in Orlando and saw a lot of buzz around crypto currency and cannabis but very little about lithium, cobalt, zinc, copper and precious metals. Notice the pricing in lithium and cobalt is surging.  Gold is on verge of huge breakout at $1400.

Remember the days struggling companies would change there names to dot coms? Now they are adding blockchain to their names to dupe investors into the latest fad. Well I'm not falling for it and either should you! Stick to the metals and commodities just beginning to breakout into multi year highs. Look to early stage explorers and developers known as junior miners with top tier assets and management teams with track records and are debt free. See full report by clicking here or you can download attached pdf.  Please comment with your thoughts?

Following the famous world class Bank of Montreal Metals and Mining and before the #1 mining conference in Toronto at PDAC, mining investors and executives will get together for a night of deep sea fishing anchored off the coast of Miami Beach. It will be an informal opportunity for colleagues to connect and have fun together. Four hours of fishing, bait, drinks and equipment is included. We will be joined by some Top CEO's and special guests in the mining and business world including Stephen Letwin CEO of $2.5 billion market cap Iamgold and the guys who ran one of the best gold miners ever Placer Dome...George Salamis from Integra Resources who sold Integra Gold last year for over $500 million to Eldorado Gold and Hugh Agro CEO of Revival Gold and former Executive who built Kinross to become a giant.  Only a few spots left!  One week left!  Weather looks great so far!
Hope to see you soon!
All the best,
Disclosure: I own shares in Iamgold, Integra and Revival and hope to sell them for a big profit! Do your own due diligence!  Be aware I have a conflict of interest and would benefit from increased valuation of these companies.

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